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ERIC Number: ED410995
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1996-Apr
Pages: 249
Abstractor: N/A
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South Carolina Technical Education System. Program Evaluation Report (Based on the 1993-94 Academic Year).
South Carolina State Board for Technical and Comprehensive Education, Columbia.
Prepared by the South Carolina Technical Education System in compliance with state policies on program review, this 1993-94 annual report presents findings on diploma program productivity in terms of enrollment, number of graduates, the percent of graduates placed in related jobs or continuing their studies full-time, and the continuation or discontinuation of programs. Following an introduction and description of program evaluation guidelines, data tables are presented on the following topics: program status (i.e., probation, suspension, or canceled) by level, cluster, and college; programs placed on probation, suspended, or canceled during 1993-94; programs not subject to evaluation; and graduates by level, cluster, and college. The report then presents exhibits for each of the System's 16 colleges, showing graduation and placement outcomes, and provides systemwide graduate and placement data. Highlighted findings include the following: (1) of the 842 programs reviewed, 82.5% were in good standing, 7% were placed on probation or continued on probation, 3.6% were suspended or continued on suspension, and 6.5% were canceled; (2) the total number of graduates in all programs for 1994 was 7,629, including 4,565 receiving associate degrees, 1,186 receiving diplomas, and 1,871 receiving certificates; and (3) 95% of all graduates were available for employment, while 83% of these were employed in jobs related to their studies and/or continuing their education. (TGI)
Publication Type: Numerical/Quantitative Data; Reports - Descriptive
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Language: English
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Authoring Institution: South Carolina State Board for Technical and Comprehensive Education, Columbia.